Aimed at employers, policymakers and workplace health practitioners. It aims to share the findings of the Reducing Alcohol-Related Harm project, conducted as part of VicHealth’s Creating Healthy Workplaces program. The project focused on the manufacturing industry and targeted manufacturing workers, a workforce group shown in previous research to have a high prevalence of risky drinking, and drinking at work. This study focused on promoting a workplace environment and culture that inhibits and discourages risky alcohol use. A whole-of-workplace approach was used to bring about change, as we know that the social, structural and environmental factors of a person’s workplace influence their alcohol use, alongside their own individual behaviour and attitudes.